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  • Luxury homebuilder plans for nearly 500 apartments in Phoenix

    Single-family homebuilder Toll Brothers has planned its first apartment communities for metro Phoenix, pouring $132 million into two locations.
  • Fatal accident closes stretch of Interstate 10 in Goodyear

    Authorities shut down part of Interstate 10 East early Friday and part of another West Valley highway to investigate a deadly accident.
  • Improvement projects to restrict Interstate 10 over weekend

    The Arizona Department of Transportation announced Interstate 10 will be hit with two restrictions over weekend on Thursday.
  • Arizona man sentenced in Colorado tax evasion case

    A former champion race car driver was sentenced to 18 months in prison after authorities say he failed to pay nearly $2 million in taxes.
  • Proposition 306 would alter Arizona’s Clean Elections funding system

    Proposition 306 wouldn't abolish Arizona's Citizens Clean Elections Commission, but if passed the measure would change the state's system of public campaign financing.
  • Four Peaks Brewing set to kick off Oktoberfest at Tempe Town Lake

    Get your favorite beer steins polished up and your Lederhosen ready: Friday marks the 46th running of Oktoberfest at Tempe Town Lake.
  • Who wants tacos? Arizona Taco Festival kicks off Saturday

    Over the course of the weekend, more than 50 restaurants, food trucks and caterers will fill Salt River Fields with their best takes on the Mexican dish.
  • Arizona man gets prison for killing Utah rehab ranch staffer

    A 19-year-old Arizona man was sentenced to prison Thursday for the brutal slaying of one worker and assault on a second staffer at a southern Utah rehabilitation ranch for troubled teens in 2016.
  • Susan Brnovich, Arizona AG’s wife, approved as US District Judge

    The Senate unanimously confirmed Maricopa County Superior Court judge Susan Brnovich to a federal judgeship with the U.S. District Court of Arizona on Thursday.
  • Arizona creates wide-ranging plan to pave way for self-driving vehicles

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced the creation of the Institute for Automated Mobility, a public-private enterprise designed to safely pave the way to the future for self-driving vehicles.
  • Interstate 17 reopens at Camelback Road following police situation

    Interstate 17 was reopened at Camelback Road in Phoenix following a police situation on Thursday, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
  • Talking ICE: Explaining the surge of immigrants released in Arizona

    Henry Lucero, Phoenix field office director for ICE, sat down with KTAR News to explain why hundreds of immigrants have been released from custody and dropped off at churches across Arizona.
  • Body found on Mount Hood identified as missing Arizona hiker

    Authorities say a body found on Mount Hood has been identified as a 30-year-old Arizona hiker who had been reported missing on Monday.
  • Travel magazine readers vote Sky Harbor as seventh-best US airport

    Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport was ranked No. 7 in the 2018 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards for best U.S. airports.
  • Joe Arpaio mulls Supreme Court appeal of contempt of court conviction

    Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio will likely appeal to the Supreme Court, his attorney said Wednesday, after an appeals court rejected his latest bid to have his contempt of court conviction vacated.